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RE: Phelsuma Standingi breeding question

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Posted by: jadrig at Mon May 8 01:46:42 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by jadrig ]  
   

if you are positive that they are male and female then they will probably breed on their own eventually. the female has to be well nourished though. they are like clockwork - there is no need to do anything different with the time or temp. w/ standings it's completely unnecessary. the only thing beneficial about increasing the temp is that it will increase their appetite. what will change their view point of eachother would be to separate them for a month or so then put them back. i had two adult w.c. females about 12yrs ago which were housed together in a 30gal xhigh with a panther cham. they got along fine. i separated them for about a month or so and them reintroduced them and they ripped eachother up. the one female is still laying eggs today(she just layed her second clutch). check for V-shaped scars on the back of her neck. thats the #1 indicator that they mated.


   

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